1 July 2014
The Queen's Speech contained a brief reference to government plans that could see the biggest change to how the national parks are run in the six decades since they were set up.
A man is jailed for life for murdering his wife in a "terrible and brutal" hammer attack after discovering she was having an affair.
A 14-month-old boy is left with serious facial injuries after being mauled by a bull terrier-type dog in Huddersfield.
Huddersfield Town announce the season-long loan of Poland international midfielder Radoslaw Majewski from Nottingham Forest.
Paul Hudson is the weather presenter and climate correspondent for BBC Look North in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
That's all today from BBC Local Live in Leeds and West Yorkshire.
We'll be back with the latest news, sport, weather and travel updates for the county from 08:00 on Wednesday.
Tonight will be dry with broken cloud and a minimum temperature of 12C (54F).
Tomorrow will be rather cloudy and breezy, with a little patchy light rain possible over the Pennines. The top temperature will be about 20C (68F).
Join me and Charlotte Leeming from 18:30 where our main story is the bumper season being enjoyed by farmers across Yorkshire.
The farmers say they've started the harvest about a month early due to the current spell of hot weather, but we're asking if this hefty harvest means lower prices for consumers.
A 43-year-old woman from Keighley has been handed a suspended jail sentence after hitting her 12-year-old daughter with a roll of wallpaper and scratching her face.
BBC News Online has the full story of a man jailed for life for murdering his wife in a "terrible and brutal" hammer attack.
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats forward Andy Raleigh has confirmed he will retire at the end of this season.
The 33-year-old former Huddersfield Giants player has made 172 Super League appearances to date, scoring 20 tries.
Police have issued CCTV images of two men, believed to be from Huddersfield, who they'd like to speak to over a brawl outside a Bradford nightclub.
A further update on the sentencing of Danish Irfan for the murder of his wife Ridda Zanab (pictured) at their home in Bradford.
Passing sentence, the judge Mr Justice Stuart Smith described the killing as "a terrible and brutal assault".
"Ridda survived for some minutes after the attack. We can only hope that her suffering was short," he said.
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Yorkshire's biggest academy chain has been warned by Ofsted that too many of its schools have been underperforming for too long.
Huddersfield man Jonathan Pardon's death has prompted Yorkshire Water to issue a warning about swimming in reservoirs during hot weather.
In the news at 17:00:
Danish Irfan is found guilty of murdering his wife Ridda Zanab with a hammer at their Bradford home last November.
Irfan had previously admitted the manslaughter of 21-year-old Mrs Zanab but had denied her murder.
Leeds Travel Info tweets: Broken down vehicle A58 outbound after Armley Gyratory - long queues on the Inner Ring Road (A58M) West bound - expect delays
More on the announcement that the former finance director of Tesco is to take over as boss of Bradford-based supermarket chain Morrisons next year.
Andrew Higginson says he's "looking forward to working with the great team at Morrisons who work hard every day to serve customers".
An update on the Bradford man jailed for life after being found guilty of murdering his wife with a hammer.
Danish Irfan was told by the judge at Bradford Crown Court he must serve a minimum term of 16 years for killing Ridda Zanab.
Speaking after sentencing, Det Supt Mark Ridley said: "Our sympathies remain with Ridda's family and especially her young daughter, who will sadly grow up without her mother".
A jury has found a man guilty of murdering his wife by repeatedly hitting her over the head with a claw hammer at their home in Bradford.
An act of remembrance and reflection marking the centenary of the start of World War One will be held in Leeds city centre next week, the council has said.
Held on 4 August, members of the public are invited to gather at Victoria Gardens from 22:45 to 23:15 - the exact time when war was declared 100 years ago.
There will be readings, a short item of music and the illumination and then dimming of a special light.
BBC Travel news reports there's slow traffic and heavier than usual traffic on the A6038 Otley Road westbound in Baildon between the Acorn Park junction and Foxes Corner.
In the news at 16:00: A man's been found guilty of murdering his wife with a hammer at their home in Bradford.
The jury took just over two hours to find 22-year-old Danish Irfan guilty of the murder of Ridda Zanab at their home in Lidget Green.
Join me until 18:00 on BBC Radio Leeds as I ask Wakefield Council to explain its decision to demolish its six-year-old indoor market.
And I'll be asking whether the decision by Bradford-based Morrisons to hire one of Tesco's former top men will help revive the supermarket's fortunes.
Plans to knock down a multimillion-pound market open for just six years have been approved.
Wakefield Council said the city's market had "underperformed" and lost £193,000 a year since opening in 2008.
Proposals to sell the land at Union Street to the owners of nearby Trinity Walk shopping centre were approved at a cabinet meeting earlier.
In the news at 15:00: Wakefield's £3m market hall is to be demolished after being open for just six years.
The council is set to sell the site with plans to develop it into restaurants and a cinema.
Community groups in Bradford are planning to hold their sessions in a three-bedroom house as a row over their youth centre continues.
With just over a month before the Bingley Music Live festival, Bradford Council has announced the other attractions which will be on offer at the event alongside the music.
As well as acts including Pet Shop Boys (pictured), the council-run event will also feature circus skills workshops, a rodeo bull, free face painting, arts and crafts and den-building activities.
The festival will be held at Myrtle Park between 29 and 31 August.
Six parks in the Bradford district, including St Ives in Bingley (pictured), have retained their prestigious Green Flag awards - a benchmark for the best parks and green spaces in the country.
This afternoon it'll cloud over with a few light showers, but most places should stay dry.
The top temperature will be about 22C (72F).
The Fairburn Ings RSPB nature reserve, near Castleford, has announced it's to host a new pilot project aimed at giving young families the chance to get closer to nature.
It is one of only three RSPB reserves taking part in the project, which will see free volunteer days where families can get stuck in to willow cutting, making bug villages and willow weaving.
As the government opens the licence bidding process for the onshore exploration of oil and gas, a survey has identified Kirklees for potential "fracking".
As Wakefield councillors decide the future of traders working outside Wakefield's market hall - and also consider the closure of the £3m market hall itself - you've been giving us your views.
David Smith tweets: What a disaster this has been. Vibrant market destroyed; public money wasted. Who takes responsibility?
But Lisa Dodd-Mayne, from Wakefield Council, told BBC Radio Leeds: "Moving the market is a positive move for Wakefield. It has never worked."
A convicted rapist who attacked another woman at knifepoint after cycling around Bradford's red light district has been jailed for 11 years.
A 14-month-old's been left with serious facial injuries after being mauled by a dog in Huddersfield.
Jensen Wood was attacked by the bull terrier at a relative's home in Dalton.
Former Tesco man Andrew Higginson is set to be the next chairman of Bradford-based supermarket Morrisons as it battles to stem falling market share with £1bn of price cuts.
It's decision day for traders working outside Wakefield's £3m market hall, as the council decides whether to move them to the precinct outside the city's cathedral.
Members of Wakefield Council's cabinet are also seeking more talks on closing the indoor market itself - which only opened in 2008 - as it's said to be the only one in the district making a loss.
Hundreds of people took part in Huddersfield's annual gay pride event, The Pink Trail, at the weekend in celebration of 28 years of gay pride in the town.
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A 14-month-old boy is recovering after being seriously injured by a dog in Huddersfield at the weekend.
Surgeons at Leeds General Infirmary had to operate on Jensen Wood, who suffered a fractured jaw and lacerations in the attack at a relative's home in Dalton. Listen live to the midday bulletin.
Four teenage boys have been spoken to by police for making racist and threatening tweets to ex-Bradford City player Stan Collymore.
Mr Collymore said he had been racially abused and sent death threats via Twitter between January and May.
Shocked community leaders have issued warnings to youngsters not to jump into the water at a popular Keighley beauty spot (pictured).
Yorkshire are in action against Gloucestershire at Headingley in the Royal London One Day Cup today.
Check the scorecard and listen to live commentary from BBC Radio Leeds here.
BBC Travel News reports that Oxford Lane in Siddal is closed in both directions between the Jubilee Road junction and the Whitegate Road junction because of an accident involving two vehicles.
Crosland Moor couple Daphne Thorpe and David Barker have finally tied the knot at Huddersfield Town Hall more than four decades after Mr Barker initially popped the question.
It's feared a 14-month-old could have been left scarred for life in a dog attack in Dalton, Huddersfield.
Jensen Wood underwent surgery after he was mauled by a dog at a relative's home in an attack which has left him with serious facial injuries. Listen live to the 11:00 bulletin.
West Yorkshire police have released images of two men they want to speak to in connection with a reported "road rage" incident in Heckmondwike on Saturday.
It happened at about 18:40 in Harewood Avenue when a bottle is believed to have been thrown at the victim's vehicle and threats were made.
A Colne Valley UKIP branch chairman may have to resign after being found guilty by Kirklees magistrates of assaulting his wife.
More on 14-month-old Jensen Wood who was attacked by a dog at a relative's home on Sunday in Dalton.
Police say the dog involved in the incident has been seized and may be destroyed. No-one has been arrested.
We've just had an update from West Yorkshire Police about the eight-year-old boy who was pulled from the water at a beauty spot in Keighley at the weekend.
The boy, who is believed to have hit his head on an object as he fell into the water at Tinker Bridge, remains in a "critical" condition at Leeds General Infirmary, according to police.
A toddler's been left with serious facial injuries after being mauled by a bull terrier-type dog in Huddersfield.
Jensen Wood (pictured) was attacked by the animal at a relative's home in Thorpe Pyn Croft, Dalton, on Sunday. The 14-month-old suffered a fractured jaw and cuts to his face.
It looks like the end of the road for a bisexual Jamaican man living in Leeds who's fighting deportation.
Orashia Edwards fears he'll be killed if he goes back to his native country, but the Home Office says it doesn't believe he needs protection, and has now detained him. Listen live to the 10:00 bulletin.
Can you put names to these faces? Calderdale Police have released several CCTV images of people they want to speak to.
An asylum seeker who says he faces danger in his native Jamaica because he's bisexual has been detained by the Home Office in preparation for his deportation, according to his mother.
Orashia Edwards, based in Leeds, was refused permission to stay in the UK by the home secretary in December.
His mother Vienna Brown tells BBC Radio Leeds her son's deportation is "imminent".
Join me on BBC Radio Leeds until 12:00 as I ask whether volunteers should get money off their council tax.
That's the latest idea from the Local Government Association, who say volunteers save the public purse millions through their efforts and deserve some financial recognition.
The future of traders working outside Wakefield's £3m market hall - which only opened six years ago - will be decided by a council vote later today.
Leeds United board member Edoardo Cellino is urging fans to get behind head coach David Hockaday - while hinting that the club won't shy away from making a change if results don't work out.
Olympic gold medallist Nicola Adams has eased into the last eight of the flyweight division at the Commonwealth Games with a win over Oluwatoyin Oladeji of Nigeria.
The 31-year-old from Leeds was given a unanimous decision in the 48-51kg category.
Some news just in from BBC Business, who've had confirmation that Tesco's former finance director Andrew Higginson is to be the new chairman of Bradford-based Morrisons.
Mr Higginson will take over when Sir Ian Gibson retires in 2015.
He's currently chairman of Poundland, N Brown Group and McCurrach UK as well as a non-executive director at BSkyB.
BBC Travel News reports there's a traffic light failure on the A61 Eastgate in Leeds at the Eastgate junction.
Drivers are being warned to approach with care.
It'll be a fine and sunny start to the day, however it'll cloud over from the west towards midday.
This brings the risk of a few showers, mainly over the hills in the west, but with many staying dry and feeling warm.
The top temperature will be about 23C (73F).
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